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Wells Fargo Credit Card

I had a credit card with Wells Fargo with a CL of 2000.  I used all my available credit and I went  60 days past due but then got back on track and PID and have 8 consecutive on time payments.  The problem is that I closed the credit card after my balance was zero and now they will not reopen it.  How can I get them to reopen this card???  :smileysad:
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Re: Wells Fargo Credit Card

Some CCs won't reopen after closing. I'd try recalling and elevate your request to as many supervisors as possible. All it takes is one "yes".
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